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Charlie Gard: Parents and GOSH in stalemate over end of life care

Connie Yates and Chris Gard had asked the High Court for permission to take him home, before later agreeing he could be cared for at a hospice

Wife who fought off robbers as husband was shot says she feared for their...

Nyrome Hinds and David Sterling have been jailed for a total of 43 years over the raid outside the couple's home in Leyton, east London in November

Spain’s PM Mariano Rajoy makes embarrassing court appearance

Mariano Rajoy denied any knowledge of an illegal financing scheme within the conservative People's Party, amid allegations that cash donations from anonymous donors were used to fund election campaigns

President Trump: Trans soldiers are ‘expensive and disruptive’

The President tweeted earlier that he will not allow transgender individuals to serve in the US military "in any capacity"

Saffie Roussos: Funeral held for youngest victim of Manchester Arena bombing

Her father, Andrew Roussos, called her a "stunning young lady" and said he "was honoured to be her dad, honoured. She was a superstar in the making"

Inventing electric cars is easy – now UK needs to reshape itself

The cars were slow, with a top speed of around 20mph, but - unlike petrol - they didn't smell, they didn't need gears and they didn't need starting with a hand crank

Gove rules out imports of US chlorine chicken in post-Brexit trade deal

The issue has taken centre stage amid fears that Britain might have to relax food standards to secure trade deals after it leaves the European Union

Twilight star Robert Pattinson ‘kind of’ engaged to FKA Twigs

In an interview with US radio show host Howard Stern, the Twilight star expressed wariness about sharing details of his personal life because of "crazy" fans

Hammond in a tough spot over anaemic UK economy

The economy is growing at an anaemic rate - 0.2% in the first quarter and 0.3% in the second. That's less than half the rate one might previously have considered normal

‘Virtual kidnapping’ scam dupes dozens into paying ransom money

The victims are called by someone who falsely claims to be holding a loved one hostage, and they are told to pay ransom money urgently to protect them from harm


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